The Tennis Bomber deserves respect. Designed for the court in the 1950s, but worn to and from, it was a piece of sportswear made for the street before that crossover was officially recognised. It’s Fred Perry through and through.
Introducing a new collaboration with Tokyo based cycling brand Narifuri who add performance driven attributes to our classic Fred Perry polo shirt.
Inspired by photographer, Dave Hendley who captured the spirit of rudeboy culture in Jamaica and the UK in 1977-1978 the Art Comes First duo look to his images of young men, each with their own unique sense of style. They delve into the Fred Perry archive, selecting pieces reminiscent of the rudeboy movement that have withstood the test of time.
As we open our very first shop in India, we discuss music and the best local hangouts in New Delhi with the locals.
We present two exciting collaborations with footwear stalwarts, G.H. Bass & Co. and Padmore & Barnes who both have strong links to our modernist aesthetic respectively.
Something of the Night explores that dark, compelling and most rebellious of colours. We look at the enduring impact of the colour black upon subcultures and fashion.
Record stores are not just ordinary shops and no ordinary purchase decisions are made here. We proudly support Record Store Day by exploring the vinyl community in Germany.
Spiral Tribe was a sound system collective that formed in 1990 and influenced a decade of culture and parties. Seana Gavin was heavily involved with the free party movement, living in nomadic communities and attending parties across Europe. She shares her personal archive of photographs, flyers and diary entries, all demonstrating the scene’s alternative and inclusive outlook on society and way of life.
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